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Cryotherapy

cryotherapy

Cryotherapy

THE CLINIC offers Best in class CRYOTHERAPY treatment in Gurgaon

State of the art cryotherapy with -30°C air

Newest generation cryotherapy system with cooled air for efficient pain treatment and swelling reduction, as well as relaxation of muscle tone. The system enables cryotherapy with precise placement and constant dosage at every time you need it. The high-power output enables a quick decrease of the superficial skin temperature thus provides the desired treatment effects. Working without consumables provides all day operation capacity.

As compared to conventional cooling methods used, the skin cooling system decreases the skin temperature much quickly, with less risk of skin burns and keeps a constant dosage throughout the entire treatment time.

How it Benefits

Cryotherapy the skin cooling system is highly efficient and easy to use for various treatments. It can be used to treat inflammations, muscular contractures, and sports injuries. It can also be used for chronic diseases of the skeletal and muscular apparatus as well as for postoperative conditions. The product is of great use for the treatment of neurological disorders.

The positive effects of cold have been known and proven effective for centuries.  Today, cold therapy is of great importance in Aesthetics, Physical Medicine, Sports Medicine and other fields.

Cold air therapy is suitable for brief, fast and intensive cooling of the skin as well as for longer periods of moderate cooling in order to decrease the temperature to therapeutically relevant levels even in deeper layers of tissue.

Cold air therapy is suitable for brief, fast and intensive cooling of the skin as well as for longer periods of moderate cooling in order to decrease the temperature to therapeutically relevant levels even in deeper layers of tissue.

Cold air therapy has been proven in:

  • Painful conditions of the musculoskeletal system (acute and chronic) such as arthritis, bursitis, tendinitis, tenosynovitis, myositis, fibrositis, muscle tension, cervical syndrome, post-whiplash disorders, lumbar syndrome or injuries (bruises, strains, sprains) of the muscles or joints
  • Pain reduction, improvement in mobility and reduction of joint stiffness in rheumatic diseases as well as in the case of rheumatoid arthritis (progressively chronic polyarthritis)
  • Neurological diseases for decreasing spasticity (such as multiple sclerosis or postapoplectic hemiplegia)